Why Can't You See Your Arteries?

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You can't see arteries because they are deep inside the body. Unlike veins, they are not located just beneath the surface of the skin. Arteries are larger in size, and they carry more blood than veins.
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Exactly i also cannot say but its because arteries- the blood vessels are thicker as compared to veins. Moreover the veins are more of superficially located as compared to arteries.
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Arteries are like the large rivers feeding your body and the veins are the
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You can't see arteries because they're deeper inside your body. Like you said, they're much higher pressure so they need to be protected by staying away from the surface. That's just
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i am sorry this took so long to answer but it is such ahuge question, i was abit over whelmed. the odds are poor that this is an arterial problem i am not going to re inventthe wheel
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